Here's some ideas to spark some renewed interest in the TPU discussions:
Steven Mark spent years trying to figure out how to capitalize on the magnetic frequencies he stumbled on. 10 years perhaps.
I believe the challenge was to figure out how to phase the two coils so the energy could build up through possitive feedback.
He talked about what happens when transformers GET SLIGHTLY OUT OF PHASE.
That is such a huge statement. "Slightly out of phase" realy means Over Unity and FREE ENERGY in the right configuration.
The "turbine" phenomena he mentions is key to this phasing issue, actualy the ANSWER, I'll explain later. It basically allows looping back the power in the correct PHASE to AMPLIFY itself and thus "grab" more power from the external magnetic fluctuations.
Ok, here's the basic process:
1) A magnetic frequency induces a voltage in a loop, and by connecting a tunning capacitor to the loop the induced voltage can be magnified perhaps 80 or even 100 time the open loop voltage through resonance, assuming a high Q construction. Ok, this is all fine and dandy.
2) Now, what if we want to take some of this energy out (lightly loading the tank circuit) and place it in a second coil colinear with the first, in order to add to the external magnetic field and thus boost the received signal. That is, we want to create a magentic field that is IN PHASE with the external magnetic field.
3) If this is achived, the signal or magnetic frequency will only get stronger, and the feedback stronger still, and so on increasing to break down or other limitations.
This task seems simple but if you have to do it with no electronics it's even more daunting, and I've spend lots of time analyzing different configurations. Basicaly a component needs to be utilized to phase shift by 90 degrees, and we know that inductors and capacitors can serve this purpose, but trying to loop the system back with inductors and capacitors and still keep it tuned, will quickly reveal that any proposed design configuration will reduces back to the simple loop and capacitor tuned circuit. Basicaly a tuned tank circuit is already the simplest positive feedback configuration utilizing inductors and capacitors, so it doesn't get any simpler than this. This was realy frustrating to me, because intuitively I know that I can load that tank circuit down and take some power from it and obviously I can do what ever I want with this power, even feeding it back to the input, so I kept brainstorming.
I've strugled with these phasing issues for months and I finaly came to realize the value of the toroid and it's unique geometry that can support rotational magnetic fields per the TESLA AC motor design. I now fully belive there is a rotational magnetic field inside the toroids, meaning in the air space encomapsed by the torroid, that enables a unique 90 phase shift for feeding power back to the input, thereby eliminating the need for active devices.
Now one of the conceptual problems with this regeneration approach is that as the signal gets too strong, the frequency will drift. The amount of power that can be received will depend on the stability of the frequency. However, the rotational magnetic field is very STABLE as it was built up at the right frequency so when I realized this I got so excited.
Anyway, I won't go into details of impedance matching and all that, but I've worked out most of this passive regenerative TPU design utilizing the torroid geometry as the 90 phase shifter due to rotational magnetic fields and coils placecd in quadrature, and it's quite exciting. Now as the core saturates in cycles, a rectification of sorts begins to set in that gives rise to DC. I already observed that in other experiments.
Disclaimer: this is just theory at this point. Magneto acoustic resonance and other stuff could easily play a part, but we've discussed that in depth before. This is a new approach, more logical perhaps and starting from basic engineering principles that SM would have been familiar with.
EM
P.S. In this diagram I posted, one can see that the induced voltage is 90 deg out of phase with the external magnetic flux into a loop, and if the loop is tuned with a capacitor forming a tuned tank circuit, the impedance is real, or resistive, and the current induced will be in phase with the induced voltage, and obviously this current sets up a magnetic flux that is also in phase with it, therby showing that the created magnetic flux is 90 deg out of phase with the inducing external magnetic flux. the challenge is to phase shift by 90 deg like I explained, and the toroid geometry which can sustain a rotational magnetic field can achieve this. A practical schematic might follow.
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